Jose Villa Ivy Love Getty and Tobias Alexander Engel
Ivy Love Getty, the great-granddaughter of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, got married in style this weekend.
The 26-year-old artist and model married photographer Tobias Alexander Engel in a star-studded ceremony at San Francisco City Hall last weekend.
The extravagant party was attended by actress Anya Taylor-Joy – the bridesmaid of the bride – as well as house speaker Nancy Pelosi, who led the ceremony, according to Fashion.
“It’s like everything I could have dreamed of and more,” Getty — the daughter of musician John Gilbert Getty, who died last November — told the outlet. “So it’s wild when something so magical comes true because you’ve thought about it, but didn’t think it would happen. Miracles happen.”
Jose Villa Ivy Love Getty, Tobias Alexander Engel and Wedding Party
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Taylor-Joy, 25, shared a loving tribute of herself on social media, calling her boyfriend the “most beautiful bride.”
“My little girl got married yesterday. Being by your side all these years and your bridesmaid is nothing short of a privilege and your existence nothing short of a miracle,” she wrote alongside a series of snaps from the premiere on Monday. -wedding parties.
“I am so PROUD of the woman you have become. If you are ever in doubt, I have loved you and will love you forever,” Taylor-Joy added. “CONGRATULATIONS LIL SPICE MONKEY! You really were the most beautiful bride 💋♥️👯♀️.”
“I love you so much Ans. Always and forever,” Getty replied in a heartfelt comment. “You were the best bridesmaid I could have ever imagined and we had SO much fun. Unforgettable and an incredible weekend of love and magic.”
The festivities kicked off Thursday night with a 1960s-inspired bash at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts, which was redesigned as a nightclub for the occasion, according to Fashion.
All guests were required to show their vaccination card at the door before enjoying an evening of great entertainment, including a DJ set by Mark Ronson and a performance by Earth Wind & Fire, per outlet. To top it off, the bride even rocked three different vintage looks over the course of the evening.
On Friday afternoon, guests enjoyed a pre-wedding picnic — complete with IV drip for anyone in need — and the wedding day festivities kicked off with a pajama party, Fashion reported.
When it came time to walk down the aisle, the bride wore a custom John Galliano gown made from shards of glass—and all of her bridesmaids wore dresses from the designer, too.
“Ivy looked amazing in all those mirror shards jingling as she walked up the stairs,” said Hamish Bowles, guest and editor for Fashion, the outlet said.
Bowles also told the outlet that California Governor Gavin Newsom, a family friend, was in attendance.
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The couple included their rescue dog Blue in the ceremony by entrusting the pup to keep their rings safe, the outlet said.
After the duo said “I do,” Queue Myra launched a rendition of her hit song “Miracles Happen,” which was featured on The Princess’s Diary, per Fashion. Then the entire group returned to the Getty mansion for the reception.
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Jose Villa Ivy Love Getty, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Tobias Alexander Engel
Making sure her loved ones could safely attend her wedding was extra important to Getty, whose father and grandmother Ann died last year.
“When my beloved grandmother died, I knew I wanted to hold the wedding in my house to honor her,” Getty told. Fashion. “My grandmother’s interior has designed every room in the house so that I feel like she’s with me. I could look into the room and see something that reminds me of her.”
The custom veil the bride wore on her day also featured walnuts representing her grandmother who “grew up on a walnut farm” and guitars to honor her father.
Reflecting on her special day on social media, Getty wrote that she felt like her “grandma and dad were gagging by my side as much as I was.”
“It was so special and I couldn’t be more grateful to those who made it possible,” she added.